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Dr. WANG Ai He 王愛和博士

王愛和博士2000年開始在香港大學中文學院執教,2001年始任副教授。此前曾在美國普渡大學歷史系任教。王愛和博士研究範圍為中國歷史和人類學,研究題目包括中國古代宇宙觀、人的主體性、以及文革時期的地下藝術與群體。其代表性學術著作爲《中國古代宇宙觀與政治文化》(英文版,劍橋大學出版社, 2000,2006;中文版,上海古籍出版社2011)和《無名畫集》十三卷(中英文版,香港大學出版社, 2010)她近期主要研究項目包括(一)中國文革時期的地下文化 。(二)毛時代的日常生活歷史和記憶。她於2013年在普林斯頓高等研究院作研究員,寫作文革中的地下藝術與團體的專著。她講授的本科課程包括CCCH9005 中國文化大革; CHIN2354翻譯理論; CHIN2333文化與翻譯; CHIN2340電影翻譯工作坊; CHIN2612翻譯工作坊(英譯中); 以及CHIN2320長篇翻譯。於研究生教學,她擔任有關教學和研究領域的 MPhil和PhD論文的導師。

Dr. Aihe Wang joined the School of Chinese at the University of Hong Kong in 2000, having previously taught in the Department of History at Purdue University in the United States since 1995. Dr. Wang’s research spans the fields of Chinese history and anthropology, with topics ranging from ancient cosmology and political agency, to art, subjectivity, and community in Mao’s China. Representative publications include Cosmology and Political Culture in Early China (Cambridge University Press, 2000, 2nd edition 2006) and the Wuming (No Name) Painting Catalogue, 13 volumes (Hong Kong University Press, 2010). She has held a GRF grant from the Hong Kong Research Grants Council (“Underground Culture during the Cultural Revolution,” 2007-2010) and is currently a co-investigator for the project “Everyday History and Memory of the Mao Era” (funded by the French National Research Agency / Research Grants Council Joint Research Scheme). In 2013 she was a residential member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, working on a book project on underground art during Mao’s Cultural Revolution. She has taught undergraduate courses CCCH9005 The Chinese Cultural Revolution; CHIN2354 Translation Theory; CHIN2333 Culture and Translation; CHIN2340 Film Translation Workshop; CHIN2612 Translation Workshop  (English to Chinese); and CHIN2320 Long Translation. She also supervises graduate students doing MPhil and PhD degrees in her teaching and research areas.

代表性著述 Selected Publications:

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王爱和博士 2000年開始在香港大學中文學院執教,2001年始任副教授。此前曾在美國普渡大學歷史系任教。王爱和博士研究範圍為中國歷史和人類學,研究題目包括中國古代宇宙觀、人的主體性、以及毛時代的地下藝術與群體。其代表性學術著作為《中國古代宇宙觀與政治文化》(英文版,劍橋大學出版社, 2000,2006;中文版,上海古籍出版社2011)和《無名畫集》十三卷(中英文版,香港大學出版社, 2010)她近期主要研究項目包括(一)中國文革時期的地下文化 。(二)毛時代的日常生活歷史和記憶。她於2013年在普林斯頓高等研究院作研究員,寫作文革中的地下藝術與團體的專著。

Selected Publications:

Single-author books (peer reviewed)

  • 《中国古代宇宙观与政治文化》[translation of Cosmology and Political Culture in Early China], 上海古籍出版社,2011
  • Editor, Wuming (No Name) Painting Catalogue, 13 volumes, Hong Kong University Press, 2010
  • Cosmology and Political Culture in Early China, Cambridge University Press, 2000, 2nd edition 2006
  • Journal articles and book chapters

  • “五行观滥觞的历史过程 [The Dissemination of the Wuxing Concept],” The Journal of Chinese Philosophy and Culture, 2011 (9), pp. 181-218
  • “Cosmology and Early Chinese Empires,” in Essays in Celebration of the Eightieth Anniversary of the School of Chinese at The University of Hong Kong (English volume), C.Y. Sin ed., Shanghai Chinese Classics Publishing House, 2011, pp. 288-311
  • “Wuming, Art and Solidarity in a Peculiar Historical Context,” in Wuming (No Name) Painting Catalogue, 13 vols., ed. Wang Aihe, Hong Kong University Press, 2010, vols. 1-13, pp. 5-7
  • “Silk Tree,” in Wuming (No Name) Painting Catalogue, 13 vols., ed. Wang Aihe, The Hong Kong University Press, 2010, vol. 7, pp. 11-15
  • “Wuming: An Underground Art Group during the Cultural Revolution,” Journal of Modern Chinese History, vol. 3 (2), December 2009, pp. 183-199
  • “中國宇宙觀研究與西方理論模式 [Chinese Cosmology in Western Theoretical Paradigms],” The Journal of Chinese Philosophy and Culture: Global Philosophy and Reverse Analogous Interpretation, 2007 (1), pp. 218-238
  • “人類學與歷史學:挑戰、對話、與發展 [Anthropology and History: Challenge, Dialogue, and Development],” Shijie menzu 世界民族 [World Ethno-National Studies], Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2003 (1), pp. 31-7
  • “Creators of an Emperor: The Political Group Behind the Founding of the Han Empire,” Asia Major, vol. 14, part 1, 2001, pp. 19-50
  • “傳統文化, 現代性, 與社會科學理論 [Traditional Culture, Modernity, and Social Science Theory],” in The 21st Century: Cultural Consciousness and Cross-Cultural Communication, eds. Ma Rong and Zhou Xing, Peking University Press, Beijing, 2001, pp. 302-17
  • “Correlative Cosmology: From the Structure of Mind to Embodied Practice,” The Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities, no. 72, 2000, pp. 110-32
  • “Antiquity, Modernity, and Social Theory,” Journal of East Asian Archaeology, vol. 2, nos. 1-2, (Festschrift in honor of K. C. Chang), 2000, pp. 363-81